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Does Facebook Make You Dumber?

Mikaela Moore

May 24, 2010

Facebook is a very popular and widely used networking site. Most everybody has this some-what addicting website as a favorite on their computer or even an “app” on their iphone. Even though Facebook is clearly popular and...

RHS Choir and Band take on Corpus

Gloriana Stolle & Rachel Sloan

May 20, 2010

RHS’ band and choir took a trip to Corpus Christi for a competition on Friday May 7th, 2010 at the A&M campus. They will stay for 2 days and 1 night. This will be the first weekend trip for band and choir from RHS. The...

Future AP World History Students Prepare

Gloriana Stolle & Rachel Sloan

May 20, 2010

Ninth grade students this year who are enrolled in AP World History for next year attended a meeting on May 27, 2010. They discussed the course and were given the summer assignment. Over the summer the students are expected to...

Spanish Honor Society

Mikaela Moore & Sam Arreola

May 18, 2010

The first Rouse Spanish Honor Society induction was held on May 10th, here at RHS. The induction was held for three sophomore students. In order to qualify for Spanish Honor Society, you must be a sophomore who has completed at...

Art Club

Gloriana Stolle & Rachel Sloan

May 18, 2010

The Art Club does projects such as mobiles, posters, T-shirt designs, murals, and other smaller projects. Ms. Dougharty, the leader of the club, says that “It’s a great way to inspire community building in the school.” Art...

EOC’s

Sam Arreola & Mikaela Moore

May 10, 2010

In the past 3 weeks, students at Rouse took required End-of-Course exams or as most of us know them, EOC’s. Although some teachers do not count them towards their student’s grade they are still very important. EOC’s are...

TAKS week at RHS

Gloriana Stolle

May 6, 2010

April twenty-sixth through thirtieth was TAKS, or Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills, week at RHS. There were mixed opinions from people around campus about the test. Some thought it was easy, others felt as though it was...

National Honor Society

Sam Arreola & Mikaela Moore

April 26, 2010

National Honor Society is an organization designed to recognize student’s hard work and leadership skills. It is well known across the 50 states. National Honor Society began in 1921 and still exists today. Although it is somewhat...

A New Generation of Drivers

Kayte Payte

April 16, 2010

“Freedom”. “Maturity”. “Cool”. Those are words kids often use to describe what it feels like to drive. Although most kids don’t know the feeling, a few sophomores are lucky enough to have the luxury of driving themselves...

Why Not Tutorials?

Rachel Sloan & Gloriana Stolle

April 9, 2010

RHS is a school determined to find the best in each and every student. One way the school is trying to do this is by offering tutorials in every department. Although a specific teacher might not be there all the time, they have...

Teammates and Friends

Mikaela Moore & Sam Arreola

April 9, 2010

The Rouse Raider softball team has been doing well this season with 17 wins. Our Raider team consists of 14 girls total; 10 freshmen and 4 sophomores. Softball practice, at times can be tough, but seems to being paying off. Some...

RHS Thanked In Flag Ceremony

Gloriana Stolle

April 9, 2010

On March 12, 2010, RHS was thanked by the troops of Camp Adder for their donations back in August. RHS sent over donations for both the soldiers and the children in a local school. We sent supplies such as sporting equipment and...